February 13, 2017
South African Journal of Bioethics and Law (vol. 9, no. 2, 2016) is available online by subscription only.
- “Harm to Patients and Others Caused by Impaired Junior Doctors Compelled to Work 30-Hour Shifts or Longer: Can the Minister of Health, Provincial Mecs for Health and Public Health Officials Be Held Liable?” by David Jan Mcquoid-Mason
- “Reproductive Autonomy: A Case Study” By David R Hall and Anton A van Niekerk
- “Knowledge and Attitude of Postgraduate Students in Kenya on Ethics in Mental Health Research” by Beatrice Amagune and G C Verster
- “What Changes Are There in Decisions by the Wits Human Research Ethics Committee (Medical) and in Process Errors by Research Applicants Between 2003 and 2015?” by Peter Cleaton-Jones
- “The Right to Physical Integrity and Informed Refusal: Just How Far Does a Patient’s Right to Refuse Medical Treatment Go?” by Annelize Nienaber and Kristen Nicole Bailey
- “A Critical Review of Health Research Ethical Guidelines Regarding Caregiver Consent for HIV Research Involving Minors in South Africa: Ethical and Legal Issues” by Eshetu Bekle Worku, Arlene M Davis, and Brenda Morrow
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